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EnGarde: OpenSSL Denial of service vulnerabilities  17 March 2004 
Engarde Secure Linux is vulnerable to two of three recently discovered Denial of Service attacks against OpenSSL.
EnGarde: tcpdump Multiple vulnerabilities  19 January 2004 
Several buffer overflows were recently discovered in tcpdump which could cause tcpdump to crash or run arbitrary code.
EnGarde: tcpdump EnGarde: 'tcpdump' multiple vulnerabilities  19 January 2004 
By sending specially constructed packets across the wire a malicious remote attacker could cause tcpdump to crash or potentially run arbitrary code as the user under which tcpdump was being run.
EnGarde: kernel bug and security fixes.  05 January 2004 
This update fixes two security issues and one critical bug in the Linux Kernel shipped with EnGarde Secure Linux.
EnGarde: 'rsync' heap overflow vulnerability  04 December 2003 
A heap overflow vulnerability has been discovered in all versions of rsync prior to 2.5.7. This vulnerability, exploitable when rsync is being run in "server mode", may allow the attacker to run arbitrary code on the compromised server.
EnGarde: BIND cache poisoning vulnerability  26 November 2003 
A cache poisoning vulnerability exists in the version of BIND shipped with all versions of EnGarde Secure Linux. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may result in a temporary denial of service until the bad record expires from the cache.
EnGarde: 'apache' mod_alias and mod_rewrite buffer overflow  05 November 2003 
A buffer overflow in mod_alias and mod_rewrite was discovered in the Apache web server. This vulnerability may be exploited when a regular expression with more then nine captures is defined in either the httpd.conf or an .htaccess file.
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